tasklist.exe and Chrome Task Manager
How to compare "tasklist.exe" output with Google Chrome Task Manager task list?
You can follow this tutorial to compare "tasklist.exe" output with Google Chrome Task Manager task list.
1. Run Google Chrome on Windows and open the Task Manager in Chrome as described in the previous tutorial.
Task Memory CPU Network Process ID ==== ====== === ======= ========== Browser 120,072K 2.7 0 10564 GPU Process 67,656K 0.8 0 11060 Tab: Technology FAQ 89,304K 0.8 0 5860 Tab: Family Guy 95,204K 2.7 55.7 KB/s 6280
2. Open a command line window and run the following command:
c:\fyicenter> tasklist.exe Image Name PID Session Name Session# Mem Usage ========== ===== ============ ======== ========= chrome.exe 10564 Console 1 191,392 K chrome.exe 11060 Console 1 96,356 K chrome.exe 5860 Console 1 68,212 K chrome.exe 6280 Console 1 153,684 K
So the output from the "tasklist.exe" command matches well with the list from the Task Manager in Google Chrome.
But the Task Manager list gives better information about each Chrome process.
If you keep opening more Websites in additional tabs, you will get more processes running in your computer. So do not open too many tabs in Google Chrome.
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